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eBook Keeping Family Stories Alive: Discovering and Recording the Stories and Reflections of a Lifetime ePub

by Vera Rosenbluth

  • ISBN: 0881791490
  • Category: Genealogy
  • Subcategory: Reference
  • Author: Vera Rosenbluth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Hartley & Marks; Revised edition (October 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 232
  • ePub book: 1842 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1100 kb
  • Other: mbr lit docx mobi
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 628

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Keeping Family Stories Alive: Discovering and Recording the Stories and Reflections of a Lifetime by Vera Rosenbluth .

Keeping Family Stories Alive: Discovering and Recording the Stories and Reflections of a Lifetime by Vera Rosenbluth (Hartley & Marks). The Oral History Manual by Sommer Barbara W. (AltaMira Press). Touching Tomorrow: How to Interview Your Loved Ones to Capture a Lifetime of Memories on Video or Audio by Mary LoVerde (Fireside). discovering and recording the stories and reflections of a lifetime. 2nd ed. by Vera Rosenbluth. Published 1997 by Hartley & Marks in Point Roberts, WA. Written in English. Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-226)and index.

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Comments

Steelcaster Steelcaster
Haven't really delved into this yet, but it looks like it is going to really help me get going on sharing my stories with whomever might care to read them in the future. It would also work really well for someone who wants to interview others in their family. Wish I'd done this with my parents before they died.
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Numerous oral history guides have come out since Vera Rosenbluth wrote the first edition of, and then expanded (2nd edition, 1997) Keeping Family Stories Alive, but Rosenbluth's book still is tops for what it aspires to do. Her approach works for any caring person who seeks to preserve the treasury of family lore. She also outlines solid oral history technique and gives careful attention to sensitive issues, making this book an equally valuable resource for the professional personal historian. Speaking as a seasoned professional, this is the book I would aspire to write if Vera Rosenbluth hadn't already done it.
Forey Forey
Before I read this book I had written my own life story, however I knew nothing about interviewing other people. The book gave explicit instructions about how to conduct an interview as well as many ideas about generating memories when interviewing older people. I found the last chapter very helpful as it contained many interview questions.
Zainian Zainian
I am just starting a personal historian business and I found this book very helpful, particularly the how to of recording interviews and the list of questions that are suggested. I'd say it's very useful for families and professionals. Really worth it!

Lesley Grant

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Agalas Agalas
Excellent book! I reviewed several books found on an annotated bibliography regarding doing oral history interviews. This one was by far the best.
Jek Jek
Vera's easy to read style and engaging manner is hard to put down. I read it in one sitting and it propelled me to take the challenge of becoming a Personal Historian. I now love what I do everyday and owe it in part to Vera's book of inspiration.
Onath Onath
As president of the Association of Personal Historians (an international network of professionals who help others preserve their life stories and family history), I was often asked to recommend books for people interested either in preserving their own family history or in getting into the business of doing this for others. There are many books on this topic, but Vera Rosenbluth's excellent book was always my number one recommendation. It is well-written, easy to understand and filled with helpful information.